The Word Of God

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This is a book that seeks to answer some important questions that arises about the Word of God. It also seeks to address some faulty ideas prevalent among many about the Bible such as why we have multiple translations, how it was compiled, etc. It is a must read for any wishing to know what has transpired down the history lane as it relates to the Bible.
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About Moses Ayomikun Oladipupo

Moses Ayomikun Oladipupo is a writer who had loved telling stories from his early childhood. His love for telling stories saw him do a lot of comics as a child. Later in life, when exposed to the use of computer, in his early teens, his love for telling stories saw him become a 3D Animator. Today he is the CEO of Crystal Frames (, a 3D animation, design, and publishing enterprise. He is finding a lot of fulfilment in writing.

He is an ardent lover of hymns and classic music especially those of Handel, J.S. Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Pachelbel. He had a dream of becoming a footballer as a teenager, a dream which he now considers farfetched. He still finds time once in a while to play football with friends. He therefore enjoys playing football, watching football, and playing football games especially Pro Evolution Soccer.

Most of his free time is spent reading books from a wide range genre, whether it is history, Christian, stories, etc. He enjoys reading while on transit. While on transit, he puts an ear-piece in his ears, and listening to a silent music drowns the noise and is soon surrounded by the scenes of his novel.

He is the author of a number of books with many others yet to be published. His Christian convictions forms a major bulk of his writings. Apart from his books, he has written several articles. Visit his website;

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Review by: Bruce Carroll on Jan. 26, 2015 :
Interesting, at least. Although this entry says, "By Crystal Frames," the title page lists the author as Moses Ayomikun Oladipupo. The introduction is "signed" simply "Ayomikun."

The author writes so much about the veracity of scripture that I am left with the impression the person he is most trying to convince is himself. He holds to many traditions without substantiating them (such as the tradition that Moses wrote Genesis). Overall an unsatisfying read, but probably well-intentioned.
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